We live in a culture that worships work, hard work, endless work. We pride ourselves on our work, on working … More
One can find much satisfaction and inspiration from exploring their local community gardens. Explore two in the author’s area in this post.
In my late 40’s I suffered a major depression. That fall into despair was very frightening. I was unable to … More
Monument Valley in the Navajo Land of Arizonza was closed to day visitors owing to COVID-19.
I was privileged to be present the day that my husband, Jeff, read aloud what he had written for the … More
Feodosia was my maternal grandmother, an illiterate peasant woman who came to the United States with Vlas, my grandfather, when … More
As a teenager, I spent way too much time thinking about things – and not experiencing things. Now, as I … More
Join our facilitated book club featuring Crazy Brave: A Memoir by Joy Harjo, of the Muscogee Creek Nation, Poet Laureate of the United States in 2019. This is our offering for Karma Compass’ first book club.
-Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. One of my favorite movies of all time is “Tender Mercies.” I can recite … More
Support the Karma Compass vision by contributing to our GoFundMe campaign Your support here will be crucial in allowing us to … More